Center for Social Concern
Center for Social Concern
Situated within JHU Student Affairs, the Center for Social Concern (CSC) focuses on student development through community engagement. The CSC collaborates with Baltimore City organizations, Hopkins Faculty, and other Campus Partners to curate community-based programming that helps equip our students to be engaged and responsible members of their community.
Learn more about the CSC here.
Involvement with the Center for Social Concern
The CSC has a variety of opportunities to engage with our office and Baltimore City. We offer programs and internships that span from a summer to yearlong. Browse through some of these here.
The CSC also works with some faculty members every year to co-design Community-Based Learning (CBL) courses that students can find on SIS. Look up the tag, “CSC-CE.”
If these opportunities do not work with your schedule, consider looking through Hopkins Engage for more community engagement opportunities.
Hopkins Engage, powered by GivePulse, is the university’s community engagement platform. Here, JHU students, staff, and faculty to connect directly with Baltimore community partners and other community-engaged campus departments. Volunteer opportunities and other community engagement opportunities are posted and continuously updated here.
The platform provides easy search function for you to connect directly with organizations and projects you care about! Any Hopkins affiliate can log in through single sign-on with your JHED ID. Start connecting by becoming a member of JHU and the Center for Social Concern.
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News & Announcements
Celebrating Our Seniors
by Sierra Romero On May 24th, approximately 70 people gathered in the Great Hall in Levering to celebrate the Center for Social Concern’s graduating seniors. Students, family members, staff, and faculty snacked on Hor devours and mingled amongst one another. The evening began with a welcome from our office’s Executive
Curiosity and CSC Affiliates: Student Affairs Celebrates its Second Aspirations for Student Learning Celebration
By: Sierra Romero On May 4th, students and staff gathered in the glass pavilion to celebrate the second ever Aspirations for Student Learning celebration. Focused on spotlighting five students and two staff members who embody the aspirations curiosity, self-awareness, collaboration, confidence, and responsible leadership in their daily lives. Student Affairs
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Black Birthing Women: Two Students’ Reflections on the Film, “Birthing Justice”
A reflection by JHU students Hanna Closs and Yasmine Bolden On Tuesday, April 11th, Johns Hopkins University hosted one of the many screenings happening across the country showcasing the debut of the film, Birthing Justice. This screening was put on by Dr. Lisa Wright, a professor at Johns Hopkins who
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The CSC Hosts its Annual End of Year Celebration
By: Sierra Romero On May 2nd, the Center for Social Concern hosted its end of year celebration for all Hopkins members involved with CSC programming. Around 45 students trickled in throughout the afternoon to talk with one another, enjoy lunch, snap some polaroid pictures and grab some giveaways. Halal food
Baltimore First Hosts its Closing Celebration
By: Sierra Romero On May 1st, around 30 students gathered at the Center for Social Concern’s office for Baltimore First’s end of year celebration. Baltimore First is the CSC’s individualized direct service and volunteering program. Students are matched to a site partner and volunteer once a week in groups of
16 Years of Dedication and Craft at the Center for Social Concern: Young Song and the Tutorial Project
=by: Sierra Romero After 16 years with the Center for Social Concern, Young Song is embarking on a new adventure. Young joined the team as the Director of the Tutorial Project, Johns Hopkins University’s flagship tutoring program. Tutorial Project is an after-school tutoring program that pair Hopkins students with elementary
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